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APPSC Departmental Test May 2018 Session Results at psc.ap.gov.in

APSSC Service Comission Departmental Test May 2018 Session Results /serial Number in the Results Sheet Download in official website at www.psc.ap.gov.in;/APPSC Departmental Test May 2018 Session Results at psc.ap.gov.in/APPSC Departmental Test May 2018 Session Results Paper code wise Download at psc.ap.gov.in.
APSSC Service Comission Departmental Test May 2018 Session Results Announsed by APPSC Comissioner at 18/07/2018 the Appearing Candidates to cheeck and download Results and serial Number in the Results Sheet Download in official website at www.psc.ap.gov.in

APPSC Departmental Test May 2018 Session Results at psc.ap.gov.in


Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission in its endeavour to conform to the spirit underlying the formation of Public Service Commissions, has introduced the following measures to ensure fair and transparent process of selections.

Written Test/Computer Based Test Mandatory for All Recruitments :


Notwithstanding the fairness with which they are conducted, more often than not the proceedings of interviews are always a matter of Public debate, presumptions and criticism. To wipe out the apprehensions among the job seekers Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission has made written test mandatory for all recruitments, irrespective of the number of candidates. For certain recruitments the Commission has done away with oral test.




Reduction of Interview Marks :

The Apex Court has framed certain guidelines to allot 12.5% marks for the oral test. However the Commission has further reduced the oral marks to 10%, thus keeping the main thrust on the performance in written examination.

Constitution of Interview Boards :

The interview boards are constituted in a transparent manner as per Rule 3 of the Rules of Procedure of the Commission. Subject experts and Departmental Representatives would also sit in the Interview Boards. The Constitution of a Board is strictly kept Confidential and decided by the Chairman of the Commission on the date of Interview. The Marks are also compiled as early as possible and published on the website of the Commission.

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Adaptability to Changing Scenario :

In 2006 APPSC decided to review the scheme of examination for Group-I and Group-II services. An immediate provocation for this was the unrest in the minds of the candidates about different optionals. Candidates felt that selection of optionals gave unfair advantage because of difference in standards of paper for different optionals. Earlier the Commission had examined the issue of scaling, so as to equate the different optionals so that candidates of equal ability will receive equal final marks regardless of difficulty of test. At that time Commission had arrived at the conclusion that scaling though desirable is difficult to apply in practice. As a part of the review process Commission addressed more than 100 experts in the State outlining the issues in work and requesting the experts for their feed back. The response to the letter of APPSC was more than 50%. All experts agreed that the existing scheme of examination needs to be reviewed. However, the proposed solutions were different. In view of this APPSC decided to conduct a seminar of these experts at Hyderabad in 2006.

Most of the experts argued for compulsory papers only without any optionals. They felt that optionals only test the domain knowledge, which is not relevant to the administrative jobs and that it is better to test candidates with reference to subject which are relevant to the jobs. They further suggested development of syllabi for the compulsory papers can be entrusted to an expert committee. They identified the following skills for an effective administrator.

  • Problem analysis and suggestion of solutions.
  • Knowledge of society and the economy.
  • Awareness of technology and its potentiality.
  • Quantitative skills and mental ability.
  • Knowledge of Constitution, Law and Public Administration.

The Commission discussed the recommendations of the seminar and after prolonged deliberations decided to recommend to the Government scheme of examination for Group-I and Group-II services consisting of compulsory papers only without any optional papers. The Commission addressed the Government accordingly. A series of meetings were held at the level of Chief Secretary. After detailed discussions the Government approved the scheme of examination as proposed by the Commission and directed the Commission to evolve the syllabus for the compulsory papers.

Commission entrusted the evaluation of syllabus to different subject experts. Several meetings were held to fine tune the syllabi and to define its content. The new syllabi is given in the Annexure for Group-I and Group-II Services Notifications.

In addition to the competitive examinations for direct recruitment for various posts, Departmental tests are conducting at 13 District Head Quarters twice in a year in conventional method for the employees of A.P State Government which are prescribed to them to be passed during the probation or for promotion to the next higher category. For conducting Departmental Examinations the Commission have to send bulk Answer Sheet Booklets through transport system for which lot of expenditure is incurred and have to bring back the answer scripts to Commission for valuation. In the year 2011 the Commission have introduced objective type method in Departmental Tests with OMR sheets as answer sheets. By this process lot of expenditure has been reduced and the transport of the OMR sheets to the Commission’s Office for valuation is became easy.

APPSC DEPARTMENTAL TESTS MAY, 2018 SESSION NOTIFICATION NO: 04/2018 RESULTS



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